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By Shane Lasley
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Thick porphyry copper cut at Camp Creek

Indicates larger deposit potential on Brixton's Thorn project North of 60 Mining News – January 6, 2023

 

Last updated 1/12/2023 at 4pm

Drill core with gold-colored copper mineralization within white and grey rock.

Brixton Metals Corp.

Core from hole THN22-231, which cut 778 meters of porphyry copper-gold-silver-molybdenum mineralization at the Camp Creek target on Brixton Metals' Thorn project in Northern BC.

Brixton Metals Corp. Jan. 4 reported wide drill intercepts that indicate the growth potential of the Camp Creek porphyry copper target on the company's 2,600-square-kilometer (1,004 square miles) Thorn property in Northern British Columbia.

Situated in Tahltan Territory, about 95 kilometers (60 miles) east of Juneau, Alaska, the district-scale Thorn property hosts large-scale porphyry copper-go...



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